Update on Sandy Clean-up

Service-oriented businesses in the North East are facing a battle on three fronts. They are coming to terms with how super storm Sandy has impacted them personally and psychologically. Then, they must run their businesses, whether it’s junk hauling, restoration, sanitation, or another service offering. This is a round-the-clock endeavor! And finally, there is continual need for community support that fleets of trucks and manpower can provide.

Snapshot:  1-800-GOT-JUNK? crews from across the tri states region are supporting local supply drives by collecting donation items, providing storage for supplies, and transporting them to those who are in the hardest hit areas.

Snapshot:  If you or anyone else you know lives in Suffolk County, Long Island and needs supplies, wants to help out with donations for others, or requires junk removed from your property, call the local 1-800-GOT-JUNK? office at (631) 750-9181. You will receive a $25 discount toward future junk removal if you donate clothes, blankets or non-perishable food. Please note that no purchase is necessary now or in future. The public is also encouraged to donate baby food, unwanted cribs and pet supplies. In addition, everyone who requires junk removal because of Sandy will receive a 10% discount. Suffolk County only.

How you can help

The American Red Cross is accepting donations online and by phone at 1-800-REDCROSS. A donation of $10 can also be made by texting “redcross” to 90999.

The Salvation Army accepts donations online and if you want to donate used goods you can do say at any local branch of the Salvation Army.

Yesterday New Yorkers and people in surrounding areas were hit with a second wave of weather, with gusting winds, rain and snow. Power outages are rampant once again.

From everyone at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? our thoughts and prayers are with our franchise partners, their families, our customers, and others in the region. Please know we are here to support you.

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